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SOCA02 Notes Mar 26.docx

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Sociology
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SOCA02H3
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Sheldon Ungar

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Lecture 10 Mar 26 2009What makes Toronto totally unique as a city the ravines ethnically based city Plays a major role in literature based in TOUrban themes tensionscity vs country side are aliveconstantly changingcompetition for space rich vs poor polarized viewanonymous vs exciting rich is betterCities cities are relatively large densely populated permanent settlements in which most residents do not produce their own food implicationconflict with countrysideseek extract food at lowest costcities constantly threaten to expand into the rural areas around themNostalgia vs extreme social control and repressionPreindustrial cities grow up quickly but with no infrastructure no sewage no running water population around 20000Rome 350000limited by transportation food diseaseproblemsstenchdiseasedanger no lightingSouthern cities rich is often akin to pre or earl industrial cities rapid growthextreme povertypollutionSegregation of the poor southern mass migrations from countryside to cityshantytownsbuilt of salvaged material no infrastructure
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